Affiliated Projects

Global Water Futures Affiliated Projects

Global Water Futures aims to be an inclusive program of water security researchers in Canada and globally that can contribute towards the vision and mission of the GWF. The GWF may provide in-kind support for research oppoprtunities which are not eligible for GWF funding, but which contribute strategically towards the GWF vision and mission.

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List of Affiliated Projects

Combined Hydrological, Exposure and Risk Assessment Models in Support of Environmental Risk Assessment
Led by Dr. Markus Brinkmann, Assistant Professor in Exposure and Risk Assessment Modelling, School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan
Building and Sustaining Infrastructure Resilience Through Targeted Cli- mate Adaptation Training for Professionals in Newfoundland and Labrador
Led by Joseph A. Daraio, Ph.D., P.Eng., Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Climate sensitivity of Alaskan rivers, fish and communities: Developing storylines of Arctic transformation
Led by K. Musselman, Ph.D., Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research , University of Colorado Boulder
Assessing the future projection of soil moisture and streamflow in the Canadian Prairie region relative to tree-ring reconstructions of the past millennium
Led by David J. Sauchyn, Ph.D., PGeo Director, Prairie Adaptation Research Collaborative (PARC), Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Regina
Warming Estuaries, Closing Gates: Understanding Estuarine Thermal Sensitivity to Climate Change
Led by Dr. Barret Kurylyk, Assistant Professor and Tier 2 Canada Research Chair (Coastal Water Resources), Dalhousie University
Indigenous Engagement on Lake Winnipeg Basin Nutrient Issues in Treaty Areas 4, 5 and 6, Saskatchewan
Led by Dr. Lori Bradford, Assistant Professor, School of Environment and Sustainability, University of Saskatchewan
Winter Carbon Losses in Wetland Ecosystems under Current and Future Climates
Led by Fereidoun Rezanezhad, Research Associate Professor, Soil Biochemistry and Hydrology, University of Waterloo